I know it's very hard for you honey but you have to carry on as normal, especialy with yor boyfriend. He knows what he has and how it's going to affect his life and he's had to deal with that personally first but the last thing he'll want is everyone keep reminding him that he's dying or telling him how upset everyone is. <br />
Keep the chat happy and positive, talk about your day and your life and even reshare happy moments you've spent together. Crying and grieving before he is gone will only make him feel worse himself and make his last days very depressing. <br />
Ask about his life, his family and his childhood and what his views and dreams have been up til now. When he finally departs you will lose him physically, but at least you can feel happier knowing you knew him as best as you possibly could.
Losing someone close is always very hard and at your age I doubt you've had much experience with bereavement so I'm not denying it is going to be very hard on you. I lost my brother to cancer some years ago now but I've never believed he is totally gone from my life and he is still very much alive in my memory even today. You can have that same reassurance too and the better you know each other now the more comforting that feeling is after. :)
Accept it as soon as you can so you can be normal (or close to normal) with him during the last weeks of His life.
love him till his last breathe....tell him to spend his remaining days with you....
What kind of cancer does he have?
There are many things that can be wrong with the liver. Is it an auto-immune disease? Livers can be transplanted, and even if he doesn't have insurance they will take him and cover the expense. He could outlive a cancer of the liver.
I don't think she's lying about what kind of cancer. But I don't understand why you wouldent want more information about it. My hubby is a microbiologist and cures cancer for a living-if its liver and not auto-immune he will live.
Seriously you can ask me anything.. I know quite a bit, and what I don't know I do know the people to ask. Knowledge is power, ask questions. Having him open up and talk about it is best for the both of you. If the cancer is not liver, maybe the pancreas, it's a lot less worry. You can live without the pancreas. Anyways, good luck!
U haven't posted anything so l wonder haw the thing with u are? Anyway good luck xx